PHCPPros spoke to several tankless water heater manufacturers to gauge the pulse of the industry. As we come off the heels of a pandemic, it seems all have been steadfast in their resolve to keep moving and are poised to take it to the next level.
PHCPPros spoke to several boiler manufacturers to gauge the pulse of the of the industry. And one thing is clear: The resiliency of everyone who makes the boiler industry move is unstoppable. The market is getting warmed up and everyone is ready to go full steam ahead.
AERCO’s Benchmark Platinum 4000 and 5000N commercial condensing boiler leverages advanced features and patented technology to improve operating efficiency and increase energy savings, in the industry’s smallest 4000/5000 MBH footprint.
Amid this global pandemic, manufacturers of all shapes and strides find themselves adjusting and adapting to changing times. For the boiler industry, this is an especially critical time as the products and services that come from our manufacturers are not only essential, they are lifesaving.
Gretna, Nebraska, is considered by many as the state’s current boom town. Its proximity to Omaha, the state’s largest city and Lincoln, the state capitol, has given Gretna plenty of opportunity for growth and its rural surroundings have facilitated the expansion.
In Europe and Asia, tankless water heaters are common, but in the United States, this fact is less so. But while U.S. homeowners and commercial building operators have often chosen storage-type units over tankless, the pendulum is beginning to swing in the other direction as consumers place greater emphasis on environmental impact and efficiency.